A one-on-one podcast featuring expert opinions on current hot topics and studies.
AI in Dermatology and Racial Diagnostic Bias
The introduction of artificial intelligence into dermatology has been met with mixed emotions from the medical community. In this episode, Ade Adamson, MD, MPP, explains the benefits and detriments of the application, accuracy, and potential racial diagnostic bias.
The Cutaneous Connection: Episode 26- AI in Dermatology and Racial Diagnostic Bias
How Does Health Care Policy Impact Gender and Sexual Minority Patients?
We dive into how health care policy impacts gender and sexual minority patients, including exploring the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and Medicaid expansion, and identifying state and federal nondiscrimination protections that help defend equal access to health care for this patient population.
The Cutaneous Connection: Episode 25- How Health Care Policy Impacts Gender and Sexual Minority Patients
This episode dives into how health care policy impacts gender and sexual minority patients, including exploring the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and Medicaid expansion, and identifying state and federal nondiscrimination protections that help defend equal access to health care for this patient population.
Recap: What Happened at ADD VMX 2021?
We take a look back at what happened at the American Academy of Dermatology Virtual Meeting Experience 2021 (AAD VMX 2021), including exclusive interviews with two KOLs about their presentations regarding climate change and new data on biologics for psoriasis.
The Cutaneous Connection: Episode 24- Benzene Found in Multiple Sunscreen Products
This episode will highlight some breaking news coming out of the sun protection world with a report by Valisure, which found in a recent test that 78 different sunscreen and after-sun care products were contaminated with benzene, a potential carcinogen.
The Cutaneous Connection: Episode 23- Roundup of AAD VMX 2021
In this episode, we take a look back at what happened at the American
Academy of Dermatology Virtual Meeting Experience 2021 (AAD VMX 2021), including exclusive interviews with two KOLs about their presentations regarding climate change and new data on biologics for psoriasis.
The Cutaneous Connection: Episode 22- The Role of Sun Protection in Skin Cancer Prevention
With the summer months quickly approaching, we’re discussing the importance of skin cancer screenings, as well as encouraging regular sun protection usage among patients. This episode also touches on the role of telemedicine in skin cancer screenings, top product recommendations for sun protection and tips on managing patient expectations if the patient is diagnosed with skin cancer.
The Cutaneous Connection: Episode 21- Oxytocin and Skin Aging
In this episode, Nicole Hayre, MD, FAAD, discusses her research on the link between the "love hormone" oxytocin and younger-looking skin.
The Cutaneous Connection: Episode 20- Tips for a Successful Match
In this episode, we discuss the residency match process with Jay Wofford, MD, including how the entire process works, tips on what to do and what not do, questions you should ask yourself and what to do if you don’t match.
The Cutaneous Connection: Episode 19- Caring for LGBTQ+ Patients
Angelo Landriscina, MD, FAAD, discusses how to care for your LGBTQ+ patients while also effectively addressing their different dermatologic needs.
The Cutaneous Connection: Episode 18-Cybersecurity Within the Dermatology Practice
In this episode, Gary Salman, CEO of Black Talon Security, details how to best protect your practice from data breaches and cybercriminals, as well as the risks of not implementing cybersecurity measures into your practice and what to do if a data or email breach occurs.
The Cutaneous Connection: Episode 17- TikTok and Its Influence on Dermatology
Angelo Landriscina, MD, discusses the recent rise in influence that TikTok has had over the dermatology industry.
The Cutaneous Connection- Episode 16: COVID-19 Vaccine and Dermal Fillers
Recent reports have been surfacing in regard to adverse reactions in dermal fillers patients who have also received the COVID-19 vaccine. Whitney Bowe, MD, New York City, New York, discusses this phenomenon and provides some tips for preventing and treating these side effects.
The Cutaneous Connection- Episode 15: Building a COVID-19 Dermatology Database
Esther Freeman, MD, PhD, details how her and her fellow colleagues banded together to create a COVID-19 dermatology registry in just eight days. The registry has since seen over 1,000 submissions from frontline clinicians located in 40 countries, helping to identify and diagnose active COVID-19 through submitted skin findings.
ADDRESSING THE BURDENS OF PAPULOPUSTULAR ROSACEA
The Cutaneous Connection: Episode 14- Healthcare PPE Dermatoses During COVID-19
Since the start of the pandemic, there has been a rise in dermatoses in healthcare workers related to occupational use of personal protective equipment (PPE). Rachel Evers-Meltzer, MD, MPH, discusses her cross-sectional survey investigating what types of dermatoses were most commonly seen in the health care spear and suggests possible treatments.
The Cutaneous Connection- Episode 13: The COVID-19 Cosmetic Surgery Boom
The aesthetics industry saw a massive boom during the COVID-19 pandemic for both invasive and non-invasive procedures. Amir Karam, M.D., San Diego, Calif., reveals what caused this increase in demand for aesthetics procedures and discusses the outlook for the future of the industry.
The Cutaneous Connection- Episode 12: Antibiotics for Acne
The potential for antibiotic resistance have caused some physicians to be wary of the drug class when prescribing an acne treatment regimen. Christopher Bunick, M.D., Ph.D., clears the air around antibiotic use for acne and discusses his research of narrow-spectrum antibiotics.
The Cutaneous Connection- Episode 11: Racial Disparities in Melanoma Awareness
Neelam Vashi, M.D., FAAD, discusses the publication of her cross-sectional survey in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology regarding how different racial and ethnic groups possess various levels of melanoma awareness.
The Cutaneous Connection- Episode 10: Maskne
Amir Karam, M.D., facial plastic surgeon, San Diego, Calif., explains the rising incidences of acne associated with face mask usage, otherwise known as maskne, as well as tips for prevention and treatment.
The Cutaneous Connection- Episode 9: Telemedicine Use in Dermatology
Michael Sherling, M.D., practicing dermatologist and chief medical and strategy officer at Modernizing Medicine, discusses the recent rise in telemedicine use in dermatology, the benefits and detriments, as well as the future for the industry.
The Cutaneous Connection: Episode 8- Building Your Brand as a Physician
Media expert Paige Velasquez Budde, CEO of Zilker Media, explains the importance of building a brand as a physician, as well as some mistakes to avoid and tips on how to grow and shape your brand.
The Cutaneous Connection: Episode 7- Tips and Tricks for Treating Young Skin of Color Patients
In this episode, Candrice Heath, M.D., sits down to discuss her recent presentation at the 2020 Skin of Color Update about clinical pearls for kids, tweens and teens with skin of color. Dr. Heath also explains the most common skin conditions for this patient group, treatment challenges, and much more.
Procedure Room Workflow Creating a Space That Enhances the Patient Dermatology Experience
The Cutaneous Connection: Episode 6- Addressing the Need for Skin of Color Representation in Medical Education
In this episode, UIC medical students Kayla Clark and Gina Alvarado Jones, along with UIC Dermatology Department Head Maria Tsoukas, M.D. Ph.D., discuss their recently published analysis in JAAD, which takes a look at skin of color representation in medical education.
The Cutaneous Connection: Episode 5- Becoming a Pediatric Dermatologist
This episode discusses how to become a pediatric dermatologist, including the associated benefits, compensation and responsibilities with Heather Brandling-Bennett, M.D.
The Cutaneous Connection: Episode 4- Probiotics for Psoriasis?
This episode dives into emerging research regarding probiotics specifically tailored to treat psoriasis and possibly other inflammatory skin diseases.
The Cutaneous Connection: Episode 3- Climate Change and Skin Diseases
This episode discusses a recent survey conducted by the International Society of Dermatology’s Climate Change Committee involving climate change and its effect on skin diseases throughout the world with one of its committee members, Sarah Coates, M.D.
The Cutaneous Connection: Episode 2- Sunscreen Controversies
With summer in full swing, this episode takes a look at how social media can influence sun protection use in teens and young adults, and why certain ingredients in sunscreens are considered controversial.
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